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THE “OZ” THAT DIDN’T GET AWAY – OZ Museum / Columbian Theatre

[Above: This legendary view of the Emerald City – as seen when Dorothy & Company first exit the Lion’s Forest in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939) – is actually a crayon painting. (Tiny holes were pin-pricked into the towers of the palace, so that flickering lights behind the artwork would give the illu
— Read on ozmuseum.com/blogs/news/the-oz-that-didn-t-get-away


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